Stuart Craig is an employment law specialist at Mills & Reeve and deals with all types of advice across the employment law spectrum.
The emphasis of his work is on litigation and dispute resolution. It involves him acting for employers in relation to complex disputes and discrimination claims, most of which are high value and some of which are high profile.
Craig has dealt with a number of cases that have been heard by the Court of Appeal and the Employment Appeal Tribunal. In fact, one of his cases is a leading authority on compromise agreements.
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